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be in play this year with paul ryan on the gop ticket. the way the president and mitt romney will spend their final days speaks volumes about where the two need to produce wins. president obama, three stops, three states. the president will travel to ohio and end with a rally in iowa. the very state where his bid for the oval office began all those years o years ago. mitt romney, five stop, five states. he began in florida, follow stops in virginia, the president following the president in ohio. then his final day in his home away from home, new hampshire. this morning though in florida, governor romney -- capable of bringing about change. >> it comes down to this. do the people want four more years like the last four years? or do you want real change finally? >> president obama all weekend on the campaign trail telling supporters that they know him. and he's the one, the only one, that they can trust. >> you may not agree with every decision i've made, michelle doesn't agree with me on everything. you may sometimes be frustrated at the pace of change. i get frustrated at the pace of ch
the auto industry and the largely discredited ad by the romney campaign that the obama campaign thinks has backfired on them. but he also brought up hurricane sandy which he sees as an example of everyone working together. here's what the president had to say just a short time ago. ♪ >> neighbors helping neighbors cope with tragedy. leaders of different political parties working together to fix what's broken. [ applause ] you know, it's a spirit that says no matter how bad a storm is, no matter how tough times are, we're all in this together. >> reporter: and the president also talking about ohio and how important it is and he's going to be here several more times over the next 72 hours. mitt romney too, who is going to be in cleveland at the ix center, the largest convention center in this area, and one of the things that they are pointing to is that they say they had large and enthusiastic crowds. they were down near cincinnati last night. they had about 30,000 people. they also say they believe they have strength and independence. but on both sides they are getting serious about this
. romney goes to washington. he'll dine today at 1600 pennsylvania avenue at the invitation of the president himself. the question, is there a grander purpose behind their lunch date. >> is governor romney here tomorrow in some kind of cabinet level position, an audition for that position? >> no. >> so joining me now from the white house is kristen welker. so romney's people, however, they're not backing off controversial suggestions about how the president won re-election. romney chief strategist sue teachs explains romney lost essentially by suggesting that the president was black and that poor people voted overwhelmingly for him, not exactly a positive tone ahead of this luncheon. we all know that there ain't no free lunch. so what is this all about? >> well, remember it also comes on the heels of mitt romney making those gift comments, essentially suggesting president obama won re-election because he gave his core constituents gifts. so not necessarily a positive tone to start the meeting. but this is really about striking a tone of bipartisanship after a bitterly divisi
shipped to china? and the reason they're making these calls is because governor romney has been running an ad that says so. except it's not true. everybody knows, it's not true. the car companies themselves are told governor romney to knock it off. gm said, we have been creating jobs in the united states should be a sort of bipartisan pride and i couldn't agree more. and i understand that governor romney has had a tough time here in ohio because he was against saving the auto industry and it's hard to run away from that position when you're on videotape saying the words, let detroit go bankrupt. and i know we're close to an election, but this isn't a game. these are people's jobs. these are people's lives. these car companies are putting a lot of effort to make great products, but also to make sure that everybody in america knows how committed they are to making cars here in america. so you don't scare hard work and americans just to scare up some votes. that's not what being president is all about. that's not leadership. when i first made the decision to rescue the auto industry, i kne
and for the people of our state. >> well, governor romney is on his second official day back on the trail post-sandy. chivalry is dead. at his campaign stop in roanoke, virginia, just last hour, romney was in full attack mode. >> do you want for more years like the last four years? i mean, do you want four more years where 23 million americans are struggling to have a good job? do you want four more years where earnings are going down every year? >> so this hour, we are awaiting a live update from new york city. mayor michael bloomberg on what has been a commuting nightmare in and around the country's biggest city. it's something the likes of which have not been seen since 9/11. we're going to bring the mayor's comments to you live as soon as he steps up to the podium. first, let's get out to our reporters covering the aftermath of this superstorm. cnbc's scott cohn is at the port just south of the brooklyn bridge. katy is in the flood-soaked hoboken area. we want to start with scott. explain what you're seeing in lower manhattan, how new yorkers are dealing today. >> sure, thomas. it really i
this name back out there. mitt romney. from one republican who was defeated by the president john mccain to this the most recent in his wake, it is mr. romney. he's now offering an explanation for his defeat on a conference call with top donors, portions of which were were put online. >>> the president's campaign focused on certain members of the base coalition, give them extraordinary financial gifts for the government, and then work very aggressively to turn them out to vote. >> so the campaign is offering this statement. governor romney was simply elaborating on what obama senior strategist axelrod said about the effort to target key demographics, namely women. is this an example of why exactly romney lost? >> yes. it's basically what he said out loud in public. he confirmed that it was what he did think. it sounds like he really does think that. financial gifts to people is not really what happened. lots of republicans are really critical of this as well. they don't think it's helpful. mitt romney is going to be an irrelevant figure in the republican party any way. that is very u
to plan. >> republicans in a crisis of their own after mitt romney's disastrous defeat. does the governor's loss and demise signal a greater crossroads for the grand 'ole party? >> i think it's more of a branding problem because the branding problem is connected to problems of substance. >> what's the time frame here? is it the republican party perhaps a year and a half to sort of figure out what direction they're going to head in. a year and a half before the leaders of the republican party go to the front window of the club that they belong to, open up the drapes, and look out on main street and see the reality of life in america today. >> let's bring in today's political power group. steve mcmahon, co-founder of purple strategies, who also served as an adviser to howard dean's 2004 presidential campaign. and mark mckinney, co-founder of no labels and a daily beast contributor. steve, i want to start with you because it is the president's first day wak back on the job already. there is talk of the fiscal cliff. what's the best way to move the republican party back from the fringes, out
electoral votes. governor romney at 206 electoral votes. this gives president obama 51% of the popular vote. mitt romney 48%. good afternoon. i'm craig melvin. you're watching msnbc, the place for politics. let's go straight to nbc news correspondent kerry sanders from miami. the election is finally put to rest. >> folks in florida have been wondering what is going on. the numbers show that the state did tilt to obama. he got 50% of the vote. romney took 49.1% of the vote. clearly, florida remains a battleground state. the question is, why did this take so long? part of the fact is that early voting was cut back by the republican governor rick scott. if you take a look at the newspaper here, this is the tampa bay times headlines. it says, no apology from scott. he went on to say, what i'm trying to do is improve the way government works. i believe in efficiency. i believe every vote has to count. i want to have a good process that people feel good about. well, the people are not feeling good because in many cases they felt that the governor made the decision to push back the number of days
different spot if romney was elected and we'd have full support in washington to repeal it. but what he has said is we need to look at specifics of it that will be difficult to im plemt and go about having serious talks about what we can change. as we said, it's not just about obama care. it's not about tax hikes. it's about taking a serious look at cutting the entitlement spending. i think we're going to hear more and more about that in the next half an hour. >> the serious look is the president is heading into his second term. as we look ahead, and the legacy issue comes into this, already he's hearing the echoes of the dysfunctions from term one. what tone does he need to take today? he has four years of hindsight. >> right. the president has to do a combination of two things. he has to sound con sciliatory d say i want to work with you. i think, you know, democrats and republicans on the hill need to come together and put together a deal that, you know, safeguards the middle class, but also safeguards the still weak american economy. but at the same time, he has to make it clear that he
is over, and particularly that romney has not been elected, the republicans are going to continue their investigation into the benghazi tragedy. with gusto and they're not going to let up, no matter what. it's a terrible story for the administration. whether or not we learn that something happened in the petraeus affair and he was compromised, and he did share classified information with ms. broadwell and shy disseminated it to other people or something. that would be different. it would probably have nothing to do with benghazi, it's just a different track. i don't know that majority leader cantor not saying out in public before the election really matters. think these are apples and orjs, but politically the benghazi thing is a real sore spot for the administration. when they have their own investigation like mr. pickerings concluded and they can no longer cease from asking questions, it's going to be a very tough time for them. >> republican senator lindsay graham on "face the nation" this morning, molly ball, take a listen and see what he said on the other side. >> we have a n
? we've just had an election. the people had a choice between mitt romney and president obama who said let's have a balanced plan, and let's give tax cuts to the middle class. what is he talking about? this is about tax cuts. the president is saying, renew the payroll tax cut. give tax cuts to every dollar earned up to $250,000. i don't know what they're thinking, thomas. but obviously, they are putting it all on the line for the koch brothers and sheldon adelson who earn billions of dollars. they're selfish. and there's a group called patriotic millionaires who are saying please, please, tax us fairly. and here's the point. the president is saying to the millionaires and billionaires, we're just taking you back to the tax rates that you had when bill clinton was president. and i would like to remind everybody, we had the greatest prosperity then when everyone paid their fair share. 23 million new jobs. and why is it? because the middle class had the money to spend out there, to stimulate this economy. it's a consumer-driven economy. about 70% of the economy is consumer driven. and the
term with a strong electoral advantage over challenger mitt romney. 303 electoral votes. and a narrow victory. in florida the race there still too close to call. in az acceptance speech in chicago, he mentioned the deep rifts and cracks that line his road back to the white house. >> i believe we can seize this future together. because we are not as divided as our politics suggest. we're not as cynical as the pundits believe. we are greater than the sum of our individual ambitions. and we remain more than a collection of red states and blue states. we are and forever will be the united states of america. >> in the end as wildly predicted, ohio was what put the president over that all important 270 electoral vote threshold. the workers pulling obama in the state that was the linchpin to his re-election campaign. ohio and the two other states that together made up the unbreakable obama midwest firewall, the second being paul ryan's home state of wisconsin, the third iowa where it all began. you'll recall for then-senator obama four years ago. romney won in north carolina and asked pundit
mitt romney will have a private lunch with president obama tomorrow. it will be their first face-to-face meeting since the election and oh, to be a fly on the wall. makes you wonder if they'll be talking about this, the austerity crisis, better known as the fiscal cliff facing washington and the country. this hour president obama will speak live at the white house flanked by middle-class families whose household budgets depend on congress reaching a deal by january 1st. his latest effort to use his bully pulpit. nearby on capitol hill, both parties are meeting behind closed doors at this very minute. each side hashing out where they are willing to compromise and where they are drawing the line in the sand. >>> the other big story we're watching for you, a second round of sitdowns for united nations ambassador susan rice, who's in an all-out campaign of her own to face her critics. after three republicans issued blistering comments yesterday, this morning rice is meeting with republican senator susan collins of maine and in an hour is expected to meet with senator bob corker of te
electoral votes. governor romney 206 electoral votes. more on that in a few moments. >>> major news from the nation's highest court today. the justices of the supreme court said they will consider the racially charged issue of whether to scale back the historic voting rights act. more on this now from nbc news justice correspondent pete williams. >> reporter: craig, this is shaping up to be the most important supreme court term in decades for civil rights. the justices are already looking at affirmative action and college admissions. now they've agreed to consider whether to gut the landmark voting rights law. here is the question simply stated. has racial discrimination in the south diminished to the point that a key part of the voting rights act passed 47 years ago is no longer needed to assure access to the ballot box and to give minority candidates a fair shot at getting elected? >> well r-- >> reporter: and renewed four times since then. most recently in 2006, signed by president george w. bush. but with an african-american in the white house and more minorities in congress and stat
for mitt romney to find his way back in time for the election. so what in your opinion will the republican of 2014 or 2016 have to be in terms of ideas and policy positions? >> well, and we've seen that struggle right now, especially with jeb bush, for example. the moderate republicans, let's call them the chamber of commerce republicans trying to move back to the center, and trying to go back to an era of, say, bush-style policy, either bush one or bush two. and by that, trying to court some key electorates. and in this case, i mean latinos, because what we know from the demographic work of say the p punta gorda hispanic center, in the next two decades, the latino population will account for half of the growth in the american electorate. the republican party, in order to stay salient both at the national level and at the state and local level will have to expand its base, namely with latinos. of course also with women and independents. we can't forget about them. in 2012 we saw independents highly alienated. they cleaved a little toward romney. but by in large, they stayed home. they didn
to president obama has many republicans saying -- romney who? a new buzzfeed article titled why republicans want mitt romney to go away -- historian jack bore told the publication quote romney is now a toxic asset to unload. the only interesting thing left to his story is how to dispose of him. tough words. republicans have buried their playbook along with governor romney. the big question is what will the new playbook look like? joining me is democratic strategist and susan, a republican strategist. you read that, you go, wow. >> ouch. >> how deep is this? is it toxic load, get rid of him, move on? the rga certainly seems to say that. >> first of all, governor romney, his political career was over on election night. he never showed any interest in being a leader for the republican party. >> it's not so much they have to bury limb. >> start appealing to a wider base of voters. it's not tossing him aside, i don't think he was going to be a player. his remarks earlier this week were very unfortunate. it almost gave a platform for this new branding of republicans. and also saying we're going t
frankly since mitt romney lost the election. >> real quickly, though. i want to get back to general allen. as we said, he is back on the job back in kabul. he took time off and was in washington, d.c., when all of this broke because he was up for a promotion. that's been waylaid for now. the intelligence committee still investigating his conduct, but he is back in place in kabul. what does that suggest to you and how much of a wide berth are they going to get in this investigation considering the fact that he's running the afghan war? >> i suspect he's going to continue to do so. at the end of the day, the real question was, was there any real disclosure, was there any real harm here. and at this point, it seems that there was not. he is doing exactly what it is that the president wants him to do, and so i think they sent him back. he was looking far promotion to go to europe. i don't think that's going to happen because of the political elements here. but your first reference to this investigation of what the bureau was doing early on, once you found that there really was no disclosures
nation. thank you and god bless america. >> and so ended mitt romney's journey. a frequent guest here during the campaign, matt, i'm glad you came back. >> thanks for having me. >> let me ask you the question i'm sure you have not gotten since tuesday. what happened and where do you go from here as a party? >> well, it doesn't take you very long to realize, craig, that we have a real issue with nonwhite voters. the president and i worked for george w. bush, came from a state that was very diverse and he had great achievements with hispanic voters and african-american voters. if you look at how mitt romney did and compare it with how george w. bush did with these voters in 2004, much of this three million vote deficit could have made up there alone. it doesn't take us very long as a party to get to the point where we realize we have to look at what happened in 2000 and 2004 and replicate it. >> if there's a battle for the heart and soul of the gop, who do you hope wins that battle in. >> well, i do disagree with that. i think that what our party stands for in these conservative princip
times" report that some inside the romney campaign are blaming new jersey governor chris christie the top romney aides say the governor's contributors there are, quote, furious with christie because of the fact that he was able to buoy up president obama because of the sandy response. >> get over it. that's not what brought down governor romney. that's not why he lost the election. governor christie was doing exactly what he was supposed to do. and, you know what, they should keep -- they should stop this nonsense because these stories do not help the republican party. they should be quiet and let the party rebuild, rebrand. >> it's like saying at the end of the scoopy doo episodes, if it weren't for you meddling kids, minorities, women, gays -- >> can chris christie. >> if you didn't meddle with this. doug, the matchup of had headline talking about this possible matchup next year between chris christie and cory booker say iing that this woulde the match of the year. these two guys seem to be friends. they work together a lot on what they do for the garden state but that could be
, romney for president, on your group website says inclusion wins. however, romney didn't offer that style in his message. from your position, why should a lesbian voter give the republicans a second look? >> for the same reason that any voter should consider all issues when they decide who they want to support in an election. lesbian voters, like all americans, are multifacetted individuals and when you speak about the potential to fiscal cliff and the damage to the economy, we've considered the economy when we made our endorsement decision. and lesbian voters, well, when you've got an economy that is sluggish, when you've got high unemployment figures, a population that suffers from potential discrimination in 29 states is going to look hard at who they think is going to make the best decisions for the economy. >> when it comes to voting, though, is that the only thing that the log cabin republicans looked at was the economy and giving that endorsement to mitt romney because he is not a supporter of marriage equality or even civil unions. and from what we know about what was discussed du
hawk on the romney/ryan taicket do you think he would derail a grand bargain to have a platform to run on? >> what i would say, you have a lot of folks in the gop, at the presidential 2016 level, their political identity has been formed around their argument that we need to bring this deficit down quickly. if we get a deficit grand bargain into place, note that paul ryan voted against simpson/bowsimpson simpson/bowles, if we get that in place, suddenly that argument is off the table. so, it's not going to be all that easy for some of these people to say, okay, we're finished here. i think it's a mistake to accuse politicians of having too much cynicism. lot of people painted themselves into a corner, an identity of being very, very pure conservative deficit hawks. it's going to be hard for them to let that go. >> speaker boehner said over the weekend, he doesn't want to box himself in, do you feel confident that he's going to come to the table and he'll be workable on a situation? >> i rarely feel confident about congress. speaker boehner has shown that he wants to cooperate. the repub
they probably supported mitt romney in the election. we as the republican party do need to be the party that has a big tent for the whole spectrum. part of that is recognizing when the president does things that are good. he did in the first term, not a lot, but killing osama bin laden was a success and he will in this term. this is a positive but a positive he has to build on. he can't just rest on his morals with this because right now hamas is celebrating, what are they celebrating? 162 palestinians have died. >> they have a very low bar to create celebration, that israel has a higher bar for that. but richard, during the presidential campaign, mitt romney tried to make much of president obama's frosty relationship with benjamin netanyahu. those two worked to the with a much warmer relationship, is there any evidence of a frost that exists really? >> quite the contrary. i think what this episode showed with the -- let's remember that president obama from all exit polls won the jewish vote in the u.s. 70 to 30. so there was talk about how this was going to get flipped, didn't happen. look, thi
to mitt romney's comments to his donors. let's listen to that. >> absolutely reject that notion, that description. i think that's absolutely wrong. that is not -- i don't think that that represents where we are as a party and where we're going as a party. >> we're in a big hole. we're not getting out of it by comments like that. when you're in a hole, stop digging. he keeps digging. >> your response to this. do you think this is analysis on an issue or is this a change in tone or tenor going forward? >> it's a necessary change in tone. there's no reason to look back to 2012 and belaying anyone for the loss. what they're going to do is take lessons from it. don't forget, still got a huge amount of the vote out there, over 50 million voters came out in support of the republican agenda. what do we do as republicans? if we concentrate on small government and leave the social issues behind and go out there with a message of we will make this country better and not being overly partisan, we can attract more voters. they seemed to give their president's a second term, reagan, clinton.
taxes on top earners. and boehner is still talking about the romney plan, mess around with loopholes and take away loopholes from top earners. that was romney's plan and romney lost. the president holds the cards here. the world won't come to an end on january 1st if all the rates expire. it's more of a curve. i think we can afford to go off it. >> we'll see. as we quickly approach it. my thanks to the power panel today. i really appreciate your time today. >>> coming up next, a bipartisan plan to fix the nation's debt. the co-chairs are going to join me, ed rendell and former new hampshire senator judd gregg will join me to talk about this. we want to know what you think. should general petraeus have resigned? tweet me your thoughts about this or find me on facebook. oun] today, jason is here to volunteer to help those in need. when a twinge of back pain surprises him. morning starts in high spirits, but there's a growing pain in his lower back. as lines grow longer, his pain continues to linger. but after a long day of helping others, he gets some helpful advice. just two aleve hav
romney and the post election comments about gifts. take listen. >> we are in a big hole. we are not getting out of it with comments like that. when you are in a hole, stop digging. he keeps digging. >> he is digging, so is the governor a scapegoat for the gop? do we see them basically walking over his back to make some points. >> well, i have to hand it to my senator here in south carolina, lindsay tells it like it is for the most part all of the time, whether people love him or not. but, look, obviously, they are go ing to put some blame and the republicans are going to put some blame on governor romney and we saw the 47% comments made at the fund-raiser move numbers and both sides jumped on it. the democrats were terrified and the republicans seemed to double-down on it, and he is doubling down on the comments and that is not helpful in the way we want to move forward and after the election the nominee is g is going to smooth over some of his reputation and some of the hits he took by trying to explain away in what happened in the loss and the republicans are going to beat
his bid on the romney ticket and heading back to d.c. after it was a mandate that the nation spoke and put the president back in power? >> i think this largely speaks to political capital. and right now the president has a lot of political capital. i don't think he should waste that on someone like susan rice's nomination where it will be met with a ton of resistance, rightly or wrongly, that's not the point. he should use that political capital to try to ram through some of the things he's been talking about on the campaign trail for the last year, but even previous to that in 2008. paul ryan makes a good point, though. i do agree. i don't think the president has a mandate per se but a lot of political capital. just depends how he wants to spend it and the republicans, if they don't want to risk being insignificant for the next four years they need to come to the table with some honest, tough solutions and try and compromise on some issues as does the president and we can get this country moving forward. that's what's been lacking for the last four years, president obama has a wel
said immigration was a very important issue, they favored obama over romney by very large margins. >> sandra, pressure on for immigration reform, not only from the asian-american community but also from the latino community? >> absolutely. i think it's an economic issue. it's an issue of rhetoric and belonging. i think it was very clear the main reason that latinos voted as well as many asian-americans for president obama was the expectation that this would happen in these coming four years. >> that was one of the first things i think people were looking at. immigration reform. definitely a front-burner issue now. thank you all for your time today. >>> and a shocker in the world of college football. both number one and number two, yeah, they lose. now the irish are the new top dog. oh, boy. up next, our flashback. it was this date nine years ago today the commonwealth of massachusetts touched off a movement that's now spread to half a dozen states. you're watching msnbc. [ male announcer ] when a major hospital wanted to provide better employee benefits while balancing the company
mitt romney the election at all. i think it's foolish for republicans to banish him simply for being nonpartisan during a hurricane. there's nothing more nonpartisan than disaster relief. and so it would be a mistake for republicans to have that purity test. it's exactly the wrong lesson fo for them to learn from this election, saying you want to reach out to minorities and women, it's actually to have the policies to reach out to a wide variety of voters. if p ares are going to banish people just for the optics of not being partisan enough, then they're really going to have a lot of problems. >> do you think if chris christie were able to get the nomination for the primary process, do you think he would be a tough candidate to beat in the general election? do you think people appreciate his refreshing attitude, shall we say? >> i think the refreshing attitude is refreshing at times, and other times it's a little course. when he yells at reporters or press members, ip think that's a little coarse for leaders. that's a style point. i think ultimately when it comes to policies, it rema
, and the plan that senator mccain was talking about is essentially a distilled version of what mitt romney talked about this summer in terms of bringing over more highly skilled workers and also allowing for greater family reunification. however, there is going to be two obstacles there, one from the republicans themselves because there is still a strong segment that wants enforcement only and from the democrats because within the democratic party we have immigration advocates, very strong advocates that want the whole enchilada, all or nothing, and they won't go for a piecemeal approach which is a shame because we know the latino electorate actually supports even something rather than nothing up is as in the deferred action program that president obama put into place, wildly supported among latinos, so hopefully the political wishes of the elected leaders and those of the electorate will come together. >> president obama of course won the latino vote by huge margin, at least 70 to 30, there it is right there. karl rove is convinced that the gop can win back some of the latino voters by hi
. if we go back initially when the incident first occurred of course mitt romney's initial reaction was to try to politicize this and say that the president was sympathizing with the other side. of course that didn't go over very well and then the next attempt was to try to say, well, the president was incompetent in terms of security but then it came out that the administration's attempt to get more funding for embassy security was cut by republicans in the house. so now we have a third attempt by the republicans to try to blame the president. in this case they're talking about the time line. you know how republicans are saying that the president lied. i think all americans want to see an honest investigation here about what happened. it is very important that something like this not happen again. the problem is if the republicans are seeking to politicize this, i don't think this is going to end very soon. >> from your sources jackie what are you hearing? what will bring resolution to this? >> again, i think we have -- secretary clinton is going to testify in the house. i imagine
romney remarked upon. it is how to address legislators that are controlled by republicans, the compromises, reaching across the aisle, as well as promoting an agenda that takes care of those who are the most vulnerable. so if the democrats cannot rest upon the laurels of president obama in terms of executing their vision. >> peter, there was this interesting article in "the wall street journal" from former rnc chair who is pushing his party to support same sex marriage. here is what he writes. what could be more conservative than support for more freedom and less government and what is more basic than the right to marry the one you love? so do you think the republican party needs to change on same sex marriage for that reason? the party that has favored less regulations on businesses finally figure out that fewer regulations on personal lives and marriages and who can marry who, that's a good thing for the party. a good thing for people. as that piece that you just read says, this is a sort of core freedom issue, about keeping the government out of your personal life, and
post" quote which cites one romney fund-raiser anonymously saying a lot of people feel like christie hurt, that we definitely lost four or five points between the storm and chris christie giving obama a chance to be bigger than life. i know we're talking politics, but what do you think of that criticism? >> i give christie an "a." i'm a democrat and he's a republican. i think he's done an outstanding job in concert with the president of the united states. number two, i don't think it meant more than maybe half a point. i mean they're looking for reasons. man, when you're looking for reasons 25 days, 22 days after the election, you're in big trouble. so you'd better take a look at where you're standing at this particular time. he's done a great job since the storm, and he's done a great job since the -- and that is chris christie, and getting the delegation together, democrats and republicans, so that we're all on the same page. there are some people within the delegation who don't believe we have the money to spend on these emergencies. >> yeah. >> and i can't repeat what i usually t
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